Interference Avoiding Portable Wireless Speaker

Good speakers are determined by how well they resist being affected by various external interferences. This goes even for speakers used for portable music players like the iPod. That is why the Interference Avoiding Wireless Speaker would prove appealing to those who look for good audio quality in their speakers.

The Interference Avoiding Wireless Speaker consists of a base transmitter and a uniquely designed round speaker system. It operates over an FM frequency that is not affected by interference coming from phones and microwaves. Users connect their portable players on the base transmitter through a 3.5mm jack. It can transmit signals to the speaker for up to 100′ away.

The speaker system consists of a 12-watt subwoofer with an acoustic bass chamber for low range sounds and a 3-watt tweeter for high frequency sound signals. The speaker requires 8 C batteries while the transmitter needs 4 AA batteries in order to run. The Interference Avoiding Wireless Speaker is available at Hammacher Schlemmer for US$100.

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